$1.6 million grant awarded to develop open source software toolkit
Nearly all consumer electronics found in homes and offices — from computers to smartphones — include some type of open-source software (OSS), a fundamental part of a computer program that anyone has access to modify it. OSS has gained in popularity in recent years because of the cost-savings it provides companies across the tech industry, said Sean Goggins, professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Finding a passion for research
Emma McDougal was one of four Mizzou students to be named a Goldwater Scholar.
Engineer a future you’ll love: Q&A with The College Tour star Cedric Harris
Cedric Harris is an information technology student at Mizzou Engineering—he also recently starred in Mizzou's episode of The College Tour. We asked Cedric to talk to us about his experience filming The College Tour and time at Mizzou.
Mizzou Engineering sets AIChE attendance record, students place in competitions
Mizzou Chemical Engineering students this month broke a regional record and earned honors at the 2023 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Regional Student Conference.
Students show off projects at Show Me Research Week
Clean water, healthcare and education - all topics that impact nearly every person, and all topics that were researched and presented by Mizzou Engineers at Show Me Research Week.
Industrial Engineering students take honors at CELDi Research Symposium
Industrial and systems engineering (ISE) students took top honors for work around intelligent decision-making systems and optimizing manufacturing processes at the annual Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) Research Symposium.
Girls and families explore STEM, Mizzou Engineering at Daughter Day
Girls from the community were introduced to the world of engineering this past weekend and learned that when imagination meets innovation, anything is possible.
College celebrates renovations to chemical engineering laboratory
Mizzou Engineering this week dedicated a chemical engineering lab that gives students and faculty access to leading-edge equipment.
Scully’s path to research started with robotics; provides blueprint for others
Christopher Scully is helping support an effort to build a pipeline connecting students to research through clubs and organizations, starting with robotics.
Freshmen, sophomores among engineers presenting at Show Me Research Week
Freshmen and sophomores will be among the more than 55 Mizzou Engineering undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows participating in Show Me Research Week.